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  1. TAG Kyoto - kyo-iro - Soft Snow of Ohara TAG is a stationary shop in Kyoto (Japan) that produces some interesting soft watercolour-style inks. With the kyo-iro series they produce a line of inks that that are inspired by the city's many beautiful and historic sights. Each of these inks is dedicated to a specific town in the Kyoto area. The inks come in 40 ml bottles, packaged in luxurious thick paper with a texture that feels like heavy watercolour paper. In this review the spotlight is on Soft Snow of Ohara. This ink is best described as a muted grey-violet-blue, an in
  2. TheVintagelife

    Wancher X Sailor Japan Blue

    Background Here is a short review (and lots of pictures) of the Wancher Japan Blue limited edition fountain pen. This is a Wancher pen with Sailor base. TLDR - it is a beautiful made, striking pen whcih writes like a Sailor pro gear slim/1911 Std but feels more substantial (in a positive way) in the hand. It is a great collector's item as it is a limited edition, but also a very functional writer. Speaking of being LE, that is somewhat diluted by several repeat runs (I think 3 now). Packaging I personally don't care much for packaging, but a pen of this price probably warrants a good
  3. Hello again to all my FPN friends, I happened to have 2 pens of similar flow and nib size inked with these and thought it might be helpful to compare them. Both are iron-gall inks and somewhat similar in color. However, at least in my experience, Hero 232 is much drier than Pelikan 4001 Blue-Black. It's so dry that it stopped flowing at all in the pen I used for this comparison once the converter wasn't completely full. The dryness may be due to high iron gall content. I assume this because when I flushed the pen, there was a notable strong smell of fresh blood that I've only experienced bef
  4. A while back, I purchased a fountain pen called the Indus from Fountain Pen Revolution. With that pen, you get an integrated, piston-filler (capable of full disassembly) with a very smooth steel nib with ebonite feed. However, that pen had some quirks (like a wiggly clip, a weird smell, and a very skinny grip) that made it less than perfect, even at that price point. I still like and use my Indus, mainly because of its most excellent nib, but I don't love it as much as I could. For those who don't know, Fountain Pen Revolution (hereafter FPR) is a brand dedicated to low-cost fountain pens,
  5. richofthetower

    Ink Like A Purple Yam?

    Hey all you ink lovers, My wife is a big, big fan of purple. Even our wedding had lots of purple accents in it. But, personally, I've never thought too much about the color. Until, I got into fountain pens. And furthermore, until I recently chowed down on an ube. Allow me to explain: the Filipino ube (Dioscorea Alata, local pron. "OOH-beh") is a yam with a sweet-ish purple/indigo flesh indigenous to Southeast Asia. In the Philippines, it is prized as the essential ingredient of various sweets, and that is how I, being of Filipino extraction, am most familiar with it. However, it is also ve
  6. Mew

    Sailor Shousaikan Seiran

    A rich blue-indigo ink made by sailor for a shop located in Tokyo. http://i.imgur.com/IxVROmv.jpg http://i.imgur.com/wsq3ONE.jpg Close-ups on Graphilo paper http://i.imgur.com/fmbxYl8.jpg http://i.imgur.com/yFcB7qI.jpg http://i.imgur.com/iIXJqUV.jpg On Tomoe. I didn't really have anything to write, so i wrote random stuff. http://i.imgur.com/2Rpjxu5.jpg I hope you like this review. Feel free to leave suggestions for future reviews. Thank you.
  7. white_lotus

    Noodler's (Swedish) Stockholm Indigo

    Well, I feel a little bad about posting a review of an ink that is most likely unobtanium. A sample was sent to me early last year, and I've only now gotten to actually trying the ink. It was apparently a Noodler's custom ink for perhaps a Swedish Pen Club. I don't remember the exact circumstances surrounding this ink. I don't know if it was a one-off, or something that is restocked. Perhaps there is someone in Sweden or Stockholm who could clarify matters. A vintage style blue kind of like a royal blue. This ink for some reason seemed dry to me, which usually isn't the case with Noodler's.
  8. dneal

    De Atramentis Indigo Blue

    Yesterday I posted a quick look at De Atramentis' Atlantic Blue. Here's the other ink I picked up - Indigo Blue. Photo http://i200.photobucket.com/albums/aa163/roomdog/Ink/DeAtramentisIndigoBluePhoto_zps71d44c50.jpg Photo Cropped http://i200.photobucket.com/albums/aa163/roomdog/Ink/f0142b44-b82d-4c1b-ad1d-c9052676b615_zpsfe27c300.jpg Scan http://i200.photobucket.com/albums/aa163/roomdog/Ink/DeAtramentisIndigoBlueScan_zps12c313fd.jpg Scan Cropped http://i200.photobucket.com/albums/aa163/roomdog/Ink/1126bb31-b079-469d-b1ad-ad3170692515_zpse439adb1.jpg
  9. requiescat

    Diamine Indigo, Handwritten Review

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